The Fosse Way, a Roman road of mid 1st century origin, running from Cirencester to Leicester, partly along a temporary frontier line. The road runs to the south east of Stretton on Fosse.
The remains of a rare 'pipe' burial, dating to the Roman period, were found 300m south west of Barn Farm.
Linear features, pit alignments and ditches uncovered during excavation. These may date from different periods, ranging from the Bronze Age to the Roman period. The large site is situated to the west side of Lawford Heath, Rugby.
Findspot - a hoard of Roman coins was found in the Kenilworth area. The exact location of the findspot is unknown.
The site of a Roman settlement. During partial excavation of the site, enclosures, ditches, houses and a possible corn drying kiln were found. The site was located 1km east of Bidford on Avon.
The site of a possible Roman fort, comprising a triple ditched enclosure which is visible on aerial photographs. The site is located 1km north east of Clifford Chambers. Alternative interpretations of the site suggest that this was a Roman settlement.
The possible site of a Roman temple. Roman coins and sherds of pottery have been found. The site is located at Alcock's Arbour, 1km south west of Haselor.
Site of the Roman town of Chesterton by the side of the Fosse Way. Site consists of a defended enclosure and an extensive extramural area of roads, buildings and boundaries. Occupation appears to run from the 1st to 4th century AD.
Excavation discovered the site of a Roman settlement which was identified from enclosures, pits, ditches and a possible building. Ten ovens and two wells were uncovered. Roman pottery was also discovered. The site is located south of Wasperton.
Find spot - a scatter of Roman pottery sherds was found near Oakley Wood Road, Bishop's Tatchbrook.